Disneyland in the United States, which was closed due to the Corona 19 crisis, has reopened after a year.
The US Department of Health, California, has limited permission to open various outdoor amusement parks, including Disneyland, from the 1st of next month, Reuters reported.
The California Department of Health allowed the reopening of theme parks, but the number of visitors was limited to 15-35% of the normal period, and it was mandatory to observe the COVID-19 prevention regulations, such as wearing a mask.
Amusement parks such as Disneyland are open to California residents first.
Following the actions of the state authorities in California, world-class amusement parks such as Universal Studios, Legoland, Knott's Berry Farm and Six Flags Magic Mountain are expected to open one after another.
The California Department of Health has limited reopening of sports outdoor venues, including Major League Baseball (MLB) baseball stadiums.
April 1st is the opening day of Major League Baseball, and home games for baseball teams from California including the San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Angels, and Oakland Athletics are scheduled.
The state of California allowed the opening of various outdoor venues, but in consideration of the risk of the spread of Corona 19, it did not allow the reopening of indoor stadiums and venues such as NBA basketball.
In a statement, Disneyland Resort President Ken Portrock welcomed the state's decision to bring thousands of workers back to work and would be of great help to partners and the entire community.
(Photo = Disneyland Facebook capture, Yonhap News)